CISOs have faced a broad and varied set of challenges in recent years. Remote environments, increasingly sophisticated threats and expanding supply chains are just some of the many concerns keeping them up at night.
Retired Air Force Gen. Gregory Touhill, the very first U.S. federal CISO back in the Obama administration, says he's encouraged by the new U.S. National Cybersecurity Strategy. His top takeaway: the shift of cybersecurity responsibility from consumers to manufacturers of vulnerable products.
With signs pointing to a global economic downturn, cybersecurity organizations are already thinking about managing budgets and doing more than less. Four CISOs share a wide range of belt-tightening tips, from putting the squeeze on your vendors and suppliers to training and hiring from within.
Threats from API and application vulnerabilities increased in 2022, but ransomware, human error and hygiene continue to pose the greatest threats to organizations, according to findings from CyberTheory's 2022 Performance Study. CyberTheory's Steve King shares how education can make a difference.
Asia-Pacific healthcare sector organizations struggle with many of the same cybersecurity challenges as clinics in other parts of the world, including ransomware threats and denial-of-service attacks, says Errol Weiss, chief security officer of the Health Information Sharing and Analysis Center.
In this episode of "Cybersecurity Unplugged," Craig Box, vice president of open source and community at ARMO, discusses the complexity of using Kubernetes in a hybrid cloud environment, the need to understand "how these moving parts work together" and potential use of Kubernetes with 5G.
It’s become more and more evident to organizations that new-school security awareness training is an absolute requirement for managing the ongoing problem of social engineering. But how do you develop a program that will deliver the goods without doubling your workload or costing an arm and a leg?
According to the World Economic Forum, geopolitical instability has helped to close the perception gap between business and cyber leaders' views on the importance of cyber risk management, and "91% of all respondents" believe that "a far-reaching, catastrophic cyber event" is on the horizon.
Security director Ian Keller, rants about the insider threat and the massive role leadership plays in changing people's behavior so they don't become one. As Keller says, "The way you treat people is directly reflected in how they treat you and your business."
In this episode of "Cybersecurity Unplugged," Patricia Muoio, a partner at SineWave Ventures, discusses the need for cyber resilience as security leaders face the inevitable stream of cybercrimes, how to achieve it through a zero trust approach, and how CISOs and the government can help.
How effective are your cybersecurity awareness programs—and do your employees agree?
This central question was the cornerstone of this research project which assessed the efficacy of cybersecurity
awareness programs from both perspectives—the security professional
and the non-security employee.
In this episode of "Cybersecurity Unplugged," Chris "Tito" Sestito discusses technology to protect neural networks and artificial intelligence and machine-learning models, and John Kindervag explains how such technology fits into the zero trust framework.
As a veteran CISO who enjoys the startup culture and energy, Aleksandr Zhuk of crypto broker sFOX likens himself to the first family doctor coming to a growing village. He's addressing an important need that certainly existed prior, but was overlooked or maybe outsourced.